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Wheeling in Cuba: 90 Miles Away and a World Apart

August 1, 2016

Photography by Carol GuzyColin Buchanan spreads a little peace on the streets of Havana.Josh Basile has a knack for dreaming big and turning his dreams into reality. Case in point, his plan to visit Havana, Cuba, with two friends who are also wheelchair users, to introduce Slingshot Golf — an

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Discovering the (Mostly) Accessible Atlantis Resort

June 1, 2016

Somewhere under the deep blue sea, the mythic lost city of Atlantis may lie in wait, holding secrets beyond our imagination. But when it came time to plan my family’s trip last summer, my husband, daughter and I were happy to settle for the more real — and much more

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Make the Most of Your Accessible Cruise Experience

June 1, 2016

A Q&A With the ExpertsTo give you the inside scoop on how best to book and enjoy your accessible cruise, we’ve enlisted two of the most knowledgeable wheelchair travel experts we know Cory Lee, of Curb Free with Cory Lee, and Ashley Lyn Olson, of wheelchairtraveling.com. Between them, Lee and

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Realizing My Dream of Traveling to the Caribbean

June 1, 2016

Photos by Stephanie Allen ProductionsBefore I broke my neck, I had visited the Cayman Islands and vowed that someday I’d return to see the remaining islands of the Caribbean, the Virgin Islands and the West Indies. After I broke my neck I put my dream trip off for years, not

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Outdoor Tracks: Glacier Skywalk Adventure

June 1, 2016

 I zoom to the edge and stop, quickly glancing back reassuringly at the others, like all of us fearless leaders do, then nervously turn back to the abyss. My heart is in my throat; I slowly … bravely (?) … wheel out onto the clear walkway, stop and look down.

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